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2018 World Cup: Time, TV schedule and how to watch South Korea vs. Mexico online

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Can current champions Germany redeem themselves? TBD. Group F is gonna be lit today.

OK, so this World Cup is awesome, right? I mean, yeah, bummer that the United States aren’t in it, but these games have been hella fun and I already don’t want this tournament to end.

It seems like a pretty safe bet that you can expect more excitement today. After easing to a 3-0 win over Panama in their opening game, Belgium face Tunisia with hopes of securing their spot in the Round of 16. Then you’ve got South Korea against Mexico and Germany vs. Sweden in Group F battles that could decide who advances.

Belgium vs. Tunisia

What to watch for: Tunisia didn’t impress much in their game vs. England, scoring their only goal off a penalty and giving up a Harry Kane winner in stoppage time. Meanwhile, Belgium made sure not to fall into the “wtf is going with the supposedly favorite teams” trap against Panama and will be looking to continue on with a strong performance today.

Location: Spartak Stadium, Moscow

Kickoff time: 8:00am Eastern

Available TV: FOX, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

South Korea vs. Mexico

What to watch for: Obviously Mexico are flying high after their win over Germany and will surely be feeling confident they can beat a South Korea team that fell 1-0 to Sweden. If they do, they’ll book passage to the knockout stage—and could even top the group. Hell, is this the year they break the curse of the Round of 16? Or are we getting way ahead of ourselves here?

Location: Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don

Kickoff time: 11:00am Eastern

Available TV: FOX, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

Germany vs. Sweden

What to watch for: After just one game, Germany have put themselves in a bit of a corner. The reigning champs need to get the job done against Sweden if they want to keep their chances at a knockout spot alive (man, this tournament is whack). But this is just as big a deal to Sweden, who with six points could lift themselves out of the group. Buckle up, folks, because I have a feeling this could get bananas.

Location: Fisht Stadium, Sochi

Kickoff time: 2:00pm Eastern

Available TV: FOX, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.